By P. Watson Williams
Illnesses of the higher breathing Tract: The nostril, Pharynx and Larynx, Fourth variation covers subject matters in regards to the universal ailments of the higher respiration tract. The e-book starts off via describing the anatomy, body structure, and exam of the higher respiration tract. The textual content then discusses the etiology, pathology, signs, analysis, and remedy of acute and protracted pharyngitis; ailments of the tonsils and the ovula; and membranous angina and diphtheria. The etiology, pathology, signs, analysis, and therapy of neoplasms and neuroses of the pharynx, larynx, and nostril; acute and protracted inflammations of the larynx; power infective ailments; and neoplasms of the larynx, nostril, and rhinopharynx also are thought of.
The ebook extra tackles the etiology, pathology, signs, analysis, and remedy of rhinitis; continual infective illnesses of the nostril; ailments of the pharyngeal tonsil; and ailments of the nasal septum. The textual content additionally discusses the etiology, pathology, signs, analysis, and therapy of the illnesses of the accent sinuses of the nostril. Throat issues of infectious fevers, gout, rheumatism, and dermis lawsuits and international our bodies within the top respiration and alimentary tracts also are regarded into. scholars taking classes with regards to the learn of the higher respiration tract and clinical practitioners will locate the e-book important.
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If draws the arytenoid cartilage and ary-epiglottic fold together. It is not unusual to describe as a separate muscle the T H Y R O - PLATE THE MUSCLES OF V. THE LARYNX. Fig. i. The interrarytenoideus muscle has been divided and turned outwards ; the right posticus muscle, the attachments of the stylopharyngeus, and the inferior constrictor of the pharynx are also shown. Fig. 2. The muscles of the posterior surface of the larynx ; the crico-arytenoideus posticus, the inter-arytenoideus, and the aryteno-epiglottidean muscles are displayed.
Fig. i. The interrarytenoideus muscle has been divided and turned outwards ; the right posticus muscle, the attachments of the stylopharyngeus, and the inferior constrictor of the pharynx are also shown. Fig. 2. The muscles of the posterior surface of the larynx ; the crico-arytenoideus posticus, the inter-arytenoideus, and the aryteno-epiglottidean muscles are displayed. PLATE THE MUSCLES OF VI. THE LARYNX. Fig. i. For the names of the muscles shown in this preparation see Fig. n , page 19. Fig.
Certain extrinsic muscles act more or less upon the entire larynx ; the intrinsic muscles move the different cartilages on one another, modify the apertures of the larynx, and regulate the tension of the vocal cords in respiration, phonation, and deglutition. All these intrinsic laryngeal muscles are in pairs, except the arytenoideus. The C R I C O - T H Y R O I D M U S C L E is a thick, triangular muscle on the front of the larynx, consisting of two parts, the oblique and the horizontal fibres.